(Closed) DIY Invitations Printer Question

posted 6 years ago in DIY
Post # 3
14495 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

I did mine on my cannon. I had to read the book and play with the settings a bit but I got them to print. Make sure you get extra paper because there was a bit of trial and error, but they turned out just fine.

Post # 4
504 posts
Busy bee

I did and I have an HP. I was intimidated but they came out nice

Post # 5
9 posts
  • Wedding: August 2013

@groovinbride:  I did mine on a Canon as well. Canon MG5320 to be exact. I wanted to buy a printer that I would actually use (not just for invitations) so I bought a photo printer. The photo quality is excellent. It also scans and photocopies too. I bought it on Amazon for $99 free shipping. Not bad! Like someone stated previously, you have to play with the settings (I set it to high rsolution paper and put the print quality to high). Through trial and error I found that its best to put it on poor quality with your first try so you don’t waste ink (or until you get the invitation to look the way you want). The card stock I used was from Cards and Pockets, Cream Linen which I believe was 100lb cardstock but you can ask them to be sure. Hope this helps!

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